There is a bit quiet on my blog these days because I am busy working on the visuals for the Disney musical "the little mermaid" ("den lille havfrue") produced by Fredericia Theater. I look forward to showing you my work!
I had the pleasure of doing the digital set design for Nørrebro Theater's "Rosas Julebal" which is playing until the 22nd of december in Copenhagen. These are some of the designs and animations I made for the LED screen.
It is a really nice and funny show and it got great reviews , you can still get tickets here :)
Last december I illustrated a book by Anders Jacobsen called "Julenat i Betlehem"(christmas night in Betlehem). It is out now so I am allowed to show you the illustrations. To see all the drawings go to my behance profile here. Merry christmas!
These days I´m art directing a 5 min informercial about " the multi generation house". The two architects Sophie Pahlen and Julie Reinau have come up with a concept for a new way of living and we are a small team working on making a film about the house. It´s totally old school cut out backgrounds and animation all the way through. This is our very first test of the characters and the environment together.
If you want to see more you can follow the production blog here:
Here are a few examples of my LED backdrops for Fredericia Theater´s new musical "Esaura". On this project I worked with the very talented Martín Sand Vallespir. Check out his blog here: http://masava.blogspot.dk
This little mermaid was a rough concept for a client. They chose not to use this version so I used it to experiment with gif´s in photoshop. The animation is a quick rough animation done in TV paint...and then some psunami lovin in After effects.
Hi There! I have been busy with work so its been a while since I posted something. But today I found these sketches in an old sketch book and I thought they would make a nice post. They are from May 2012 where I attended Tod Polson´s master class in Design "The Noble approach" in Chiang Mai in Thailand. It was great week with lots of interesting lectures and exercises to work on. Here are some of my drawings from that week: